O.A. Tennyson, Duct Doctor's new Nigerian franchisee, stands with his new truck emblazoned with a Nigerian flag during a recent training visit to the U.S. 

A Norcross-based provider of air duct cleaning services in commercial buildings and homes has found a franchisee to take its brand into Nigeria.  More

Report: Atlanta No. 14 in Nation for Exports

by Trevor Williams | May 15, 2015 Atlanta exported $26.5 billion worth of goods and services in 2014, making it No. 14 for volume of export sales among the 381 metro areas ranked in a new Brookings Institution report.   More

Dutch Prime Minister to Lead Atlanta Trade Mission

by Trevor Williams | April 24, 2015 Mark Rutte, prime minister of the Netherlands, is set to visit Atlanta this fall on a trade mission undertaken in partnership with the government of the Flanders region of Belgium.  More

EU Ambassador Interview: Persevering on Trans-Atlantic Trade and Welcoming Asia's Rise

by Phil Bolton | April 23, 2015 The recent protests of thousands of people marching in Berlin, Munich and other German cities against a free trade deal between Europe and the United States don’t seem to faze David O’Sullivan, the European Union’s ambassador to the United States, in this Global Atlanta audio interview. More

DC Think Tank Claims Trade Deals Could Bring $5.7 Billion to Georgia

by Phil Bolton | April 20, 2015 Georgia could benefit from $5.7 billion of new foreign investment in the state and 43,830 related jobs if trade agreements with countries across both the Atlanta and Pacific oceans are passed by Congress, a Washington think tank announced Monday. More

Georgia's TOMCO2 Says Its Export Future Is Linked to Ex-Im

by Chris Freiberg | April 16, 2015 Over the past decade, TOMCO2 Systems, a manufacturer and distributor of carbon dioxide-management solutions, has gradually expanded its international reach and says that now, more than ever, it needs the Export-Import Bank of the United States to stick around. More